Learn how make to make carrot fritters, sample them, and receive a recipe, along with the veggies to go in it.Read More
Thanks for the Love: The Putney Foodshelf is sending thanks to the Putney community for supporting the bulk food drive during Show the Love! — the celebration of the re-opening of the Putney Co-op’s beautiful new deli and cafe week of February 10–16. There were 48 orders placed, totaling 68 cases of food. Thanks to the Co-op staff for facilitating the process, promoting the event, and sharing our enthusiasm for the donations made. Thanks to our extended community for giving!
The Putney Foodshelf is open to anyone in need of food every Tuesday from 6–7 p.m. and Saturday from 9–10 a.m.
Food4Kids, a program of the Putney Foodshelf, is open every Thursday to students of Putney Central School, while school and summer camp are in session.
Online donations can be made any time via our Support Us page.
For more information about volunteering, giving, and/or the services we provide, contact Hannah Pick at firstname.lastname@example.org or our Volunteer page for application forms and information.
February 10–16: Come celebrate the re-opening of the brand new Deli and Cafe space at the Putney Co-op with a special food drive supporting the Putney Foodshelf.Read More
important info about recent electronic thefts to 3SquaresVT.Read More
Putney Foodshelf launches food shelf at Putney Central School.Read More
2018 Top the Truck a great success! 2,767 pounds collected.Read More
Donate now!Read More
On Wednesday, September 26, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., rain or shine, the Putney Foodshelf, a non-profit organization that provides supplemental healthy food for area people in need, seeks to Top the Truck.Read More
Putney Foodshelf outgrows space, needs new home
Volunteers see surge in use of program
At Putney Central School: Every Thursday students will have the opportunity to select food, at no cost, to bring home.Read More
Buy a bag and Hannaford will donate $1 to the Foodshelf during the month of August.Read More
Putney School students donated their labor around time to support the Foodshelf in their annual Charitable Work day in April, 2018.Read More
The Putney Foodshelf Board of Directors is pleased to announce…Read More
TGS Ski for Hunger in support of the Foodshelf a great success!Read More
How cool would it be if we could “Stamp Out Hunger”? May 11th — Postal Carriers Drive.Read More
Bake sale benefitting the Foodshelf May 7th at Next Stage Legacy Putney!Read More
Join us at the Putney Foodshelf for a Food Demo Tuesday, March 20 beginning at 5:30pm.Read More
The Putney Foodshelf, Incorporated, has received two grants through the Vermont Community Foundation.Read More
The Grammar School will hold its inaugural Ski For Hunger, Thursday, March 1, from 1:00–3:00 p.m. at the school. The event will benefit The Putney Foodshelf.Read More
What does food, duct tape and students have in common?Read More